Western Kentucky University

iCAP

Terms and Conditions

iCAP audits are not intended to report student achievement to outside parties. Federal law prohibits transmission to a third party. iCAP does not take the place of an academic advisor. Students are responsible for seeking advisement before enrolling in courses. iCAP audits do not ensure the completion of a degree. Students are responsible for all requirements listed in the catalog or required by the department or college before a degree can be issued. The Office of the Registrar reviews all audits before a degree is processed and notifies students of deficiencies. Students are responsible for completing the deficiencies in a timely manner. The Office of the Registrar will make the final decision for graduation in all circumstances. iCAP audits are not transcripts. Unofficial transcripts can be viewed through TopNet. Official transcripts can be obtained through the Office of the Registrar for a fee. iCAP audits do not recognize courses that are being repeated until the repeated course is completed. The remaining hours needed and GPA will remain inaccurate until a grade is earned in the repeated course. In majors and minors in which a C or higher is required, courses in which a D has been earned will be moved to the general electives.It is the student’s responsibility to report any inaccuracies or concerns about any portion of the audit to his or her advisor and/or college dean’s office. Failure to do so could cause a postponement of the student’s graduation. iCAP audits assume successful completion of “in-progress courses.” Students are responsible for meeting grade expectations stated by the department of his or her major or minor. iCAP audits are intended for use with other university resources such as an academic advisor, course catalog, TopNet, and the online Schedule of Classes.To graduate from Western Kentucky University, a student must have at least 120 total hours and at least a 2.0 GPA overall and in the major and minor. Some degrees require more than 120 hours. The student is responsible for his or her GPA and ensuring all coursework is completed

 Last Modified 7/23/13